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Relationship Manager

Competitive

Berlin, Germany

Relationship Manager role based in Berlin, Germany.

They’re looking for an energetic, motivated, and articulate team player who is passionate about account management and customer experience. As a Relationship Manager, you will be primarily responsible for maintaining strong relationships with their Space Partners for the development of their network.

A Relationship Manager will be the lead point of contact for all key account matters, anticipate Partner needs, and help them succeed in working with them. You will also be responsible for the management & development of new relationships with potential partners, run onboarding processes, and transform feedback into actionable steps between internal departments.

If personal contact doesn't scare you, if you're someone who quickly establishes positive relationships, if you value your time, your own opinion, and you put self-development first, they are looking for you. 

This full-time position is based in X and will be responsible primarily for X and for synergies between their EU markets as they expand.

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THEIR OFFICE

Their office in the heart of Warsaw in the CEDET building comes fully equipped with amenities to help you do your best work and relax. Enjoy open-door phone booths, meeting rooms and breakout areas, a ping-pong table, as well as on tap micro-brewed coffee and other beverages.

 

ABOUT THEM

They’re a marketplace & transaction management SaaS for commercial office space, catering to companies of all sizes.

They’re at the cutting edge of disruption in Real Estate, delivering transparency, efficiency, and processes backed by best in the business advisory.

Their mission is to help a generation of modern entrepreneurs – from freelancers, startups & SMBs to global enterprises – in finding office spaces that grow their ideas, brands, and ultimately their business. They free them from long-term leases, complicated transaction processes, capital expenditure burdens, and obsolete administration.

They don’t stop there, they want to make sure office space is an investment rather than a cost, an investment that helps secure the best talent and helps companies thrive.